The Mission Leaders Network invites you to participate in a seminar for Pastors and Key Leaders with Dr. Kennon Callahan. The final week-long event will take place at Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, GA from Monday, February 20, 2017 to Friday, February 24, 2017.
We will gather with Dr. Kennon L. Callahan, author of Twelve Keys to an Effective Church and numerous other books and resources.
Benefit from the wisdom and experience of Dr. Callahan and share in helpful and meaningful conversations with him and other participants.
Join Dr. Callahan at Callaway Gardens for his final week-long Callaway Gardens Seminar as he shares his learnings and discusses possibilities and example, excellent ideas and good suggestions to deepen your life and your ministry through the trilogy of Grace…. Peace…. Hope. We will focus on Four Key Life Discoveries: Strengths the Match, Motives for this Time, Pace of Our Time and Good Fun, Good Times. In addition, we will discuss ways to strengthen financial support for a Congregation’s Annual Budget.
Join Dr. Callahan at Callaway Gardens as he shares his learnings and discusses possibilities and example, excellent ideas and good suggestions about the power of hope for our lives.
Together we will develop a richer spirit of encouragement with ourselves and others. We will advance the sense of wonder and joy in your life. We will explore the ways that God’s gift of hope offers an antidote to fear, anxiety, and anger and helps us to overcome despair, discouragement, and depression. In addition, we will continue our conversation about the impact of generations upon ministry and Dr. Callahan will dedicate several sessions to addressing questions generated by the participants in the seminar.
Join Dr. Callahan at Callaway Gardens as he discusses new learnings about peace, generosity and generations.
Join Dr. Callahan at Callaway Gardens as he discusses new learnings about peace: how to experience peace in your life and how to help others discover peace.
Together we will reflect on the connection between peace, grace and disciple-ship; discuss ways that volunteer leaders and paid staff can develop teams led by short-term leaders, long-term leaders, and project leaders; and, explore where church finances are headed in the future.